Local Motors Introduces a 3D Printed Autonomous Bus

June 17, 2016

Local Motors Introduces a 3D Printed Autonomous Bus

Introducing the Olli, an electric self-driving bus by Local Motors. Olli is not only comprised of 3D Printed parts, but is also the first vehicle to use IBM Watson’s cognitive learning platform which allows it to actually learn about its passengers. The bus was designed by Edgar Sarmiento, and will be offering rides to anyone all summer in DC. 

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